Quartzsite Public LIbrary

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Thanks to Arizona State Library and the BTOP 1 Grant for 16 new computers

Come in and check-outexcellent variety of:BooksMagazinesAudio BooksMusicArizona Room VHS VideosDVDs Internet AccessWireless Internet Senior Resources

BTOP 2 Grant Provided Arizona Job Assistiance Center

http://jobhelp.azlibrary.gov

 

Schedule of Library Hours:

Monday-Friday

8am - 5pm

Closed

Saturday Sunday

& Holidays

Medicare Counseling

A benefits counselor will be here to help seniors with any questions.

Randall Adams will be here

September 5th, 2012 at 1:30 PM

Find out about Medicare, Medigap, Prescription Plans and PPOs/HMOs.

Online Catalog

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who May Use The Library


Access to library services is free. Resident cards are valid for two years.
To obtain a resident card, a picture ID and local mailing address are required.
Non-residents also have free use of all library services: books, audio tapes, computers, 
videos and magazines.

Non-resident cards are valid for one year. A picture ID is required. Applicants under 14 years of age must have a parent or guardian's signature. A parent/guardian must be present when a child applies for a library card.

The Yuma Reading Council, in partnership with the Quartzsite Library, is offering adult literacy, GED and English as a second language training. If you are interested in volunteering for any one of these projects, please contact the library at 928-927-6593  for more information. Trained tutors are now available for ESL tutoring, privately or in small groups.

 

Our mission is to continually seek to identify community needs, to provide service programs to meet such needs, and to cooperate with other organizations, agencies and institutions that provide programs or services.